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blocking certain numbers from showing up on your cell phone bill...

Discussion in 'General Verizon Service' started by yeahyeahyeah, Dec 30, 2005.

  1. yeahyeahyeah

    yeahyeahyeah New Member

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    Okay this may be a ridiculous question but is there anyway to block certain outgoing phone numbers from your bill? Maybe so that on the bill it reads that the # dialed was 'anonymous' or 'not available' and doesn't even show the city and state either? Or is there a number you can dial beforehand in order to disguise the number you are really dialing? And if the person you are calling already has a block on their number (to keep their name and number from showing up on caller id) would their number and location still show up on your phone bill?
    Yes I know this sounds shady.... :evil:
    Thanks.



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  2. fletch33

    fletch33 New Member

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    well e only way to do this would be to purchase a calling card. get one of those cheap calling cards you see everywhere and when you want to be sneaky use it instead of dialing the number directly. the bill will show that you dialed an 800 number. i dont do this but i know it will work if you are trying to be sneeky.
  3. TownesMcgehee

    TownesMcgehee New Member

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    That is a PERFECT answer to my problem! You've helped me out more than you know!!! Thanks Fletch33!!!!!!

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